Revolutionary words and music with hip-hop artist Testament of Test Their Logik

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Now out of prison and again under house arrest, [email protected] radio co-host ALex Hundert is back in on [email protected] radio. This time he interviewes Testament from revolutionary hip-hop duo Test Their Logik.

Alex and Testament discuss hip-hop, community organizing, revolution, and the fucked-up-ness of the G20 police state/COINTELPRO shit that has been going on in Canada over the past 2 years (and beyond).

This podcast features tracks from Test Their Logik including the evidence in their conspiracy trial "G8/G20 Crash the Meetings," a re-mix of "Fuck the System," their new (and unmastered) track "Conspiracy Rap," and a couple of others.

Test Their Logik will be dropping a new album and going on tour across Turtle Island in March 2011.

Check out their myspace at:

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and their new video for Conspiracy Rap (download the song):

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